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Today, Shifu mainly introduces you to table tennis positions. First, let's look at division of table area.
1. Dividing a table area
The table area is divided by white center line of table, and table is divided into two halves, a left half and a right half.
The left half of area is mainly based on backhand skills, and right half of area is mainly based on righthand skills. Whether it is a right hand or a left hand, it can be handled in area of the white center line. This is right half of table. District subdivision.
Second, base station
If a person is standing on a table, this is called a standing position. Generally speaking, left half of table is called left position and right half is called right position. If it is in left diagonal area, it is called lateral position. Sometimes front pulls sideways, and a large front angle to right is called a high front angle. diagonal line forward position angle This is base post.
Third receiving and serving station
(1) side position
When receiving a serve (with right racket) generally stand on 1/4 of table, and divide whole table 1/4 to left, or in position to left and a little sideways to prepare for this position.
The advantage of this position is that when receiving serve, it is equivalent to a large amount of reserved area on right side. Then, on receiving serve, when ball reaches center line or right position, you can use your forehand to make most of your attack. Because forehand is main scoring method, backhand is relatively less dangerous than righthand.
If ball hits a lateral backhand position, you can use forehand to attack sideways, so many athletes who mainly focus on forehand skills will choose this place in 1/4 of table.
(2) Backhand close to center line
Some players have relatively balanced forehand and backhand skills, so they won't hit too much backhand when serving. It may be a little closer to white center line. The advantage of this position is that backhand can spin small ball on table. It is relatively risky to choose a right hand.
More and more horizontal athletes are now choosing to stand closer to center line. Fewer and fewer players are leaving a lot of space for a side position because standing here and relying on a forehand requires too much pace and consumes a lot of physical energy.
If your righthand and lefthand skills are balanced, ball can also be twisted and pulled up. So run can be less and table care area needs to be larger. These are two positions. currently in game.
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November 03, 2023